Radware puts out new report chronicling how cyber security companies need to begin thinking of their businesses much like banks, essentially a bastardized version of proposals I’ve been submitting all around the world dating back to 2018.
Servers Belonging To Vermont’s Department of Financial Regulation Rooted, 41.48 Megabytes of Data Leaked Online
This weekend Mizaru of New World Hackers claimed responsibility for a hack of Vermont’s Department of Financial Regulation, leaking 41.48 MB of data stolen from its servers online – available for public download.
To close out the year 2018, Anonymous hackers around the world have begun launching coordinated cyber attacks against international banking institutions, hoping to revive fervor around #OpIcarus headed into 2019.
New research conducted by Zucman & Wright explains how international tax havens have seduced American corporations and business owners to store money overseas, effectively costing the country $180 billion in tax revenue annually.
Pro-Israeli hackers claim to have hacked and leaked the administration credentials tied to two banking institutions in the United Arab Emirates and India.
This past Friday Swiss bank UBS released their 5th annual “billionaires report,” revealing that despite poverty rates soaring worldwide, international billionaires saw greater profit margins in 2017 than any year in history.